Along with the launch of Office 2016, Microsoft also announced Groups in Outlook 2016 and a new mobile app called Outlook Groups yesterday.
In Outlook 2016, creating a group is easy and new colleagues can also join existing groups and quickly get up to speed. Each member of a group can participate in conversations, schedule meetings, share files and notes and even initiate a Skype for Business voice and video call for urgent real-time decisions.
Learn more about Outlook 2016 and its new Groups features here.
With the new Outlook Groups mobile app for Windows Phone, iOS and Android, you can now engage with your group on your phone while on the go—continue conversations, view files, @mention colleagues and even discover other relevant groups.
You can learn more about the Outlook Groups app here. Outlook Groups requires an Office 365 work or school account.